Villa De Angelis

Via Crocevia 6 , Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sorrento

Beautiful Positano

A travel blog entry by funinitaly


This morning we visited a little internet café on the beachfront for breakfast – and free WiFi. We haven’t had a good connection everywhere, so communications (and these posts) have been a little patchy. We have 30 mins and just made it to post the last two days with a few piccies.

The weather is a little cooler today and some clouds have rolled in. This hasn't stopped the keen beach-goers who ...

Sorrento Home of Lemonchello

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor


... more ramps and then into the tunnel again, it was quite fun. The port was deserted as the sea was too rough and the Ferries had been cancelled for the day. So I would not be going to Capri today. The waves were hitting the wall of the port and then flowing over the
pavement. Although it was quite grey the town was very pretty perched up on the top of the cliff.

By the time I had walked back up the ramps to the top the heavens had opened up, into a serious down ...

Jo vs the Volcano!

A travel blog entry by millys77


... 9 hours in my legs. I had advised Jo that the first 1000m would be easy and the last 200/300m would prove the real challenge. I was proven right on this occasion as the car had no issues making the first 1000m in record time, thanks to our driver. As we began our climb I could see Jo was wishing for a pair of trainers as I walked with ease out front and she already had stones under her toes. Jo blames me for getting her walking shoes soaked the previous day, ...

Sorrento: named after "The Odyssey" sirens

A travel blog entry by shirley-george


... home of the Sirens who according to Homer's The Odyssey, tried to lure Ulysses to his death. If one looks carefully at the islands, they look like a woman lying on her back - you can see the head, breasts, and body.

Our first stop was in small Positano, know for making custom clothing and has a charming little beach. Second stop was in Amalfi to tour the 9th century Cathderal, another site of such beauty it was difficult to photograph. Saint ...

Amalfi Coastline

A travel blog entry by larissataylor


... the road, we were right on the edge of the cliffs! The roads are so winding and narrow and so high up! It is just incredible to see and is such a beautiful place! We passed through different places such as Positano which we decided not to go to as couldn't be bothered going down over three hundred steps to reach the town and then have to go back up to get to bus!!! Slack I know! Once in Amalfi we had a swim and then walked around the ...



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